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“Best Mediterranean in the area”
Review of Anatolia Mediterranean Cuisine - CLOSED

Anatolia Mediterranean Cuisine
Price range: $15 - $35
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Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: SE 2nd Street
Description: Closed!
Reviewed May 9, 2013

We've been going here for a few years and love the food.I took my husband Tuesday,May 7th for his birthday.He had a lamb dish that he loved, and I had 2 small plates-falafel and feta cheese rolled into cigar looking things. Everything taster better than ever! Even the bread that they serve with a red pepper dip is terrific.I always like that you can order small plates,or large.And cold meze or hot meze.They also have lunch specials that come with really good lentil soup.The waiters are super friendly,and attentive.Good prices.You will not find a better Mediterranean restaurant around.

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Thank lmmBocaRaton
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Reviewed April 6, 2013

The food was very good but pricey for Turkish/Mediterranean. The octopus could not have been cooked more perfectly. My wife had the salmon which she said was OK. Great cold meze plate. Desert which I forgot the name of was special in that it was cooked to order (sweat cheese surrounded by the flaky pastry dough with a little bit of pistachio nuts. I'd recommend this spot but be prepared for the prices. Very good service, attentive and willing to talk about alternatives,

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Thank JohntheLast
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Reviewed March 6, 2013

A lovely room, interesting menu, but the food and service disappointed. Lots of meals prepared with lamb, but much was overcooked and blandly spiced. Server forgot part of our order. Overpriced.

Thank Ellen F
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Reviewed March 1, 2013

We selected this restaurant based on reading prior reviews and agree with the excellent ratings. The waiters were most pleasant and helpful in making suggestions. All four in our group enjoyed our food selections. We started by sharing an appetizer of zucchini pancakes which were tasty and crisp and served with an accompanying yoghurt sauce. For the main course, we had lamb kabob, ground lamb kabob, eggplant stuffed with ground lamb, and a saute of lamb with vegetables. The portions were ample and the dishes seasoned tastefully. The waiter suggested baklava for dessert - it was wonderful. This was the best Meditteranean food we have eaten in South Florida. The service was good; after finishing, we were not rushed to leave. We did arrive early for dinner (before 5:00) on a week night.

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Thank kelseyjem
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Reviewed February 25, 2013 via mobile

Reservation not effective, had to wait for table. Service slow, check your bill!
Portions smaller than last visit. Seated near front door so outside heat made our table way too hot!

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Thank RacquetballViolist
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